Voices in the Evening

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Arcade Publishing, 1989 - Fiction - 171 pages
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In this elegant novel, a young unmarried woman conveys the tragedies, loves, and social entanglements of a village at the time of fascism, war and postwar urbanization.
  

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Voices in the evening

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As if carried on a warm and gentle breeze, Ginzburg's voices come to us from their Italian hill town in the strange hush that followed World War II. They belong to narrator Elsa; Elsa's mother, who ... Read full review

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Contents

Elsa and her Mother and Family
13
Old Balotta
21
Elsa and her Family
34
Balottas Children
41
Vinccnzino and Caté
84
Elsa and Tommasino
104
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About the author (1989)

Natalia Ginzburg grew up in Turin, Italy, where she worked as a publisher and writer. She was an acclaimed author whose works received the Strega Prize and the Battuta Prize. She passed away in 1991.

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